The IBEX Transeat has the ability to both descend and ascend stairways with ease during an emergency escape situation. Many commercial and residential applications have stairs which lead to the escape access of a building (i.e. from basement level). The IBEX Transeat is the perfect solution for the evacuation of mobility impaired persons. Specially designed "tracks" allow the chair to ascend stairs without the need for the operators to lift. By coordinating movements, operators guide the TranSeat over stair nosing.
The IBEX Transeat 700H helps businesses to comply with current health and safety legislation requirements. This includes:
Evac+Chairs are Class I Medical Devices with their installation and use regulated under the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 (PUWER). Employers, self-employed people, and those employed to supervise or manage equipment are responsible for ensuring that a reasonable amount of staff are adequately trained to use Evac+Chairs safely, that the chairs are annually serviced by a qualified engineer, and that they are regularly inspected by a competent worker.
Folded Position: 1110x460x360mm
Deployed Position: 1460x460x710mm
No, the Evac+Chairs are suitable for children (not babies or small toddlers that can be carried) as they come with patient restraints to keep the user secure in the chair while in motion, especially, when descending stairs. It is a recommendation from the manufacturer that when you purchase an Evac+Chair for a specific child user that adding a comfy Seat (ECCHAIRSEA) would be beneficial as the hammock style seat can be quite uncomfortable for younger users.
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2 in stock Expected dispatch: Tomorrow
£2,099.99 inc VAT
£1,749.99 ex VAT
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1 customer has given this product an overall rating of 5 out of 5
Rating: 5 / 5 Stars
Amazing product. Takes all the hard work out of the evacuation and allows the evacuation to be carried out by employees that would normally be able to do it.
Published on: 11th August 2015